Master T.L.J. Grant AndersonThe Choir of St. George's Chapel, Windsor Retail price 4/6. Deleted March 1942. A & B: Mendelssohn's anthem (1844) (wds by William Bartholomew (1793-1867) based on Psalm 55, vv. 1-8) Recorded on two sides 28 March 1927 (matrices WAX2536-3, 2537-1) with the Choir of St George's Chapel, Windsor & organ accomp. directed by the Revd Dr Edmund H. Fellowes. Recorded in St George's Chapel.
C.M. Crabtree in The Gramophone (Sept. 1927, p. 152) writes that this is "not a good [record]", but the anonymous reviewer in The Sound Wave (London, Sept. 1927, p. 545) comments: "The best parts are the concerted ones. The solo boy has a good voice, and sings with that utter absence of all expression that is typical of the usual choir-boy. The recording is inclined to blast at times -- particularly on the 'ev' of the last every -- but that may be due to the machine used."